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A weekend road trip to Alberta ended with heartbreak for the Moose Jaw Warriors as they fell 4-3 in overtime Saturday night to the Lethbridge Hurricanes.
Tanner Eberle opened the scoring with a goal at 8:35 of the first period, the Warriors created a turnover then through it to the Hurricane line, Travis Brown let a shot go that Eberle got his stick on for his first of the year.
Lethbridge was able to tie the game at 7:40 of the second with a marker from Sam Mckechnie, the tribe responded with a Sam Fioretti power play goal at 13:37 to go back out in front. Lethbridge used their power play to find the equalizer, Spencer Galbraith evened the game at 17:13 heading into the intermission.
In the third the Hurricanes got into penalty problems which resulted in a Moose Jaw 90 second two man advantage, the Warriors were unable to score in the first part of the power play but on the 5-on-4 Justin Kirsch one timed a pass for his fourth of the year to give them the lead. Just over the midway point Jamal Watson drove down the Warriors right boards, cut towards the net and slid the puck between the pads of Justin Paulic to tie the game at three.
The Warriors got themselves into penalty problems late in the third, handing Lethbridge a 5-on-3 but the penalty kill kept the game tied vaulting it into overtime. With a shootout looming late in extra time, Jaimen Yakubowski snapped a shot past the pads of Paulic, handing the Hurricanes the win and sending the Warriors home with a single point.
Travis Brown led the Warriors with three assists and was named the game’s second star, while Ty Rimmer made 42 saves to take top honours. Moose Jaw’s power play ended 2-for-8 while Lethbridge was 1-for-4.
The Warriors record now sits at 5-5-1-1, they’re off until Wednesday when they have a rematch with Lethbridge at Mosaic Place, next weekend they’ll be back on the road for a pair of games in Prince Albert.